Today we talk about why my stock market investing style is the best! My Investing style is different than Warren Buffett or Jim Cramer and others. I have a stock market strategy I call modern long term Investing in which I take a 2-5 year view of a company and invest. Stock trading like day trading is certainly not my cup up tea and in this video I explain why.
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Hello..I enjoy listening to YOU, I need HELP with the Stock market..in the past half the TIME I was Wrong in the stocks I PICKED, half the TIME I was right..my great stocks made me MONEY so in 10 years I did well..i would love to be right 70 % of the time...thank you for helping me..
I knew a word "Modern" and I also knew a term "long term investing", so I literally invented the term "modern long term investing". wow, congratulations!! Have you applied to get it patented? millennials, smh
Such an awesome guy! He carries so much energy and positivity in all his videos! Also, he gives a lot of diverse information which can be of great assistance to a new or seasoned investor. Keep on doing great job!!!!! Thanks!
great video. I dident realize how closely our types of investing are. literally I do basically the same thing I just don't have as much capital to maintain a bunch of positions so I'm more of a swing trader but as I start to close in on 100k I'll be holding positions a lot long and adding shares on dips and shedding them for profit but maintaining an overall net position
I love that the investmentstrategy you're explaining is exactly how I developed my strategy before seeing your video. I also saw that these days there is always a sector that is growing like 300% in a few years, sometimes even in 1 year. So I was also looking for company's and complete sectors that will doing well in 1 untill 5 years, take my profit when they are at their highest point and on to the next.
For example, I have now put a big part of my money into Canadese marihuana company's as the country is going to vote for legalisation this summer so the market will explode
Good to see that it turns out that succesful experienced investor like you think it's a good strategy as well!
You can always invest in Facebook - the stock never drops. Mark Zuckerberg could come out and say he eats babies and spits their bones out in a dumpster he sleeps in and everyone will still use Facebook like nothing ever happened.
Hey, just wanted to say I probably watch one of your videos a night just for more info on the market. I think the reason I keep coming back to your channel as I realized through this video, is your honesty absolutely shows. You definitely have a lot of knowledge but also great delivery and surely a lot of charisma. Just a shoutout keep doing what you're doing!
what does it mean loose all your money? does that mean the stock went lower than when you bought it and then went bankrupt? or does it just mean the stock went lower than you bought it? if it went lower why not keep it until it comes back up and try to recoup some of your money?
Hi Jeremy! I'm a new subbie. Love your videos! One question, can you make a video on how to research a company before buying their stock? And what are the things that I need to pay attention to about those companies? I want to jump into the investment world but am still kinda scared because I don't really know how to foresee one business in 1,3,4,5 years.
Love your videos man, I've been watching for a few months now and I didn't even realise I wasn't subscribed hahaha you just kept popping up.
Looked. Everywhere, but could you make a video around how to read a balance sheet? Or what to look for in an annual report? All the way from the land down under!
Please please do a video on how long we have to watch the youtube commercials to help you (or other youtube) content producers -when we watch youtube commercials does that help support the channel and how soon can we skip but still help you /the chaneel
Jeremy needs to get into more stock technical analysis in his future and less speculation and personal opinions.
With all due respect, I do find the channel very entertaining to watch, I can't not take actual stock advice from him. I would have lost $ in the past month by buying stocks he recommended, IE: GoPro, Lululemon...
While losing out on rallying stocks such as NVIDA, Tesla, Netflix, Amazon, etc..
I think he can grow his channel much faster if his subscribers are actually making $ from his stock advice.
There's Gus Hansen then there are guys like me 😀 📈 . Jeremy..learn the game and get into the ring! When online becomes legal in the USA not just within individual states = 💵💵💵 . Loved the inequality video.
What do you think about buying ETFs? Have you or would you ever own one ? Some of them have done over 100% a year for over the past 5 years consistently. Just wondering if I would be wasting my time continuing to research them. I've done very well so far. But not many ppl I talk to mention ETFs
Love your channel Jeremy! Thank you for all the tips you and videos. I'm just starting out and mostly an index investor because I like your second favorite book the "bogle way." Anyways I have ventured out and now investing in google and apple for mid long term. When do you think GoPro will go back up? Your enthusiasm about GoPro and the fact that it is so cheap right now makes me want to put some money that way. Is GoPro a buy right now?
Honest constructive feedback. I like everything you have to say in your videos AFTER "goooood day, subscribers". Appreciate the enthusiasm in your greeting, but something about it makes you seem less credible and might make some viewers tap to the next video. Love your videos though.
Jeremy, this is such a bullish market full of companies going up up and up , meanwhile GoPro is just sitting there slowly going down. I trust your vision with it but if it doesn't go up in this bullish market when will it?
Also the Karma Drone has a review score of 3.5/5 on Amazon which for GoPro is below what you would expect and that's not very good news.
Another thing you said is that the YoY revenue has gone up, well that's what you would expect really because they had more products on the market this years quarter than last years. If they had that % increase with the same number of products that would really be something.
I'm not trying to attack or anything, not in the slightest as I have 5K on GoPro myself, I'm just curios what you think.
All the best!
You need to accept the market as the fact of truth and stop trying change it using your own beliefs. The market plays you, not the other away around. If you play along with the market, you profit, you fight it, you lose and go bankrupt.
Hey!! Really love your videos and even though i haven't started investing yet I have the long term sort of thinking too!
So i wanted to know how to research into the company, as in what do you focus on and where do you get the information.
Maybe if you could make a video about this aspect of research into the company that would Amazing. Thanks for all the knowledge!!
Just as an suggestion: why wouldn`t you have a part of your portfolio in growth stocks but also a part in more safe dividend stocks and maybe some supersafe ETF`s? The effect of compounding dividend is amazing, especially over long periods of time.
These traders really are a bunch of losers. There are some that have had some success and they've been able to branch off to do build marketing and affiliate income with the internet, but most of these traders are not relying on their trading income.
The reason I started doing stocks was because I wanted to be a day trader because I loved the life style. I started out doing that and I just lost a lot of money but since finding your channel and reading your book I have completely hanged my view and I am in the stock market for the long term. thanks a bunch Jeremy
Hey Jeremy can you share your opinions on ETFS. Are they valuable for newbies? Worth holding? How should they be evaluated? Do they have potential for growth? What's your experience with them? As a newbie I am most interested in ETFS for stability and specific growth stocks that I see great future potential for.
Elon Musk is qouted saying ""I do believe this market cap is higher than we have any right to deserve," Musk says. Tesla's market value surpassed Ford, and then GM, despite only producing only a miniscule fraction of the numbers of vehicles those automakers deliver. He adds, "We're a money-losing company," alluding to the amount of cash the company burns, something not uncommon for a foundling company."
nm Oq i know this is off topic, but in short term trading lots of traders never base their decision to buy or not based on if others think it's overvalued or not. They are looking for short term profits and will buy a stock others say is overvalued and undervalued but there are times more often than you think that when they will buy that so called overvalued stock and it will go up and up all the way to the moon. so the con in long term investing, because your taking on so much risk that lots of long term investors are scared to buy a stock that others are saying is overvalued.
That's not entirely always true but it's a good indicator to look into :')
Found that for you friend, good luck investing! ^
Jeremy I have a question (anybody else feel free to comment as well).....You said in this video that yea u plan on holding a stock for around 5 years but if it makes a huge spike you sell.....so let's say 10 months ago u get in and buy a stock at $9.45 a share and now, 10months later, the stock is trading at $21 a share....would u sell all ur shares and take ur money and move on or would u sell a % of ur shares and collect ur earnings but still have a some shares in the company??
Can you show us your portfolio? I would be surprised if you you own more than 5/10 companies. I think you spreading the word is great but we need to see some results if your saying 'my style is best' lol.
It really just depends on the market itself, imo. Sometimes it's better day trading, sometimes better swing, some circumstances are better long term.
Higher volatility, I think day or swing is better. Someone who is more about fundamentals, long term.
dude I bought that stock when it was 5.85 per share and sold it at 8.14, it gave me like 40% of profit in only 2 months, It's very volatile, so be careful, I would definetely buy more but right know I think is in the bears market so I'm going to wait until drop at 5.50 or something
I only recently found your channel recently but I love your videos. They are massively valuable and insightful. Subbed and joined the notification squad. We have a similar investing philosophy. You would probably like some of our articles on Investing. Looking to do something similar for the local stock exchange here in Jamaica
My opinion is that any industry can be wiped out, so the only "sure thing" ETFs would be market-wide, such as the S&P500. Something like that would make a great passive investment if you don't need the money for a very long time.
Love ❤️ this video Jeremy this a financial education channel can you talk about robinhood everybody should know about the worlds first and only free brokerage account and p.s can you talk about Shopify the stock motley and every other analyst is calling the next amazon.
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